'No Uber Oakland' campaign seeks to keep Uber out of city

A woman walks past the company logo of the internet car service, Uber, in San Francisco on Dec. 16, 2014. (KGO-TV)

A movement is forming in Oakland to keep Uber out.

The Greenlining Institute joined other Oakland advocates Monday morning to launch a campaign called No Uber Oakland.

Uber has acquired the former Sears building on Broadway in Oakland, but this group is trying to keep the company from taking the building over - at least for now.

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It first wants Uber to agree to preserve Oakland as a diverse city for people of all income levels.

The group has set a 10-point platform to keep Oakland from over-gentrifying.

It includes things like providing job training for local workers and maintaining non-profits for aspiring artists.

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